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  1. Hi I am looking for something that does proffesional drafting and can import an australian library of plants/walls/windows/roof(colorbond,etc) or already has one. Also it must have a 3d feature, and have this ruler reference feature or scale as it were that quickcad has. Also have plan tracing/floor tracing option and can do A3, it should draw lines and eclipses and stuff like that. I really appreciate your help thank you.
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  3. Hello All Yet another NOOB here looking for a little help is possible. I am drawing up my hull and I am trying to render all boards to be just Pressboard. Some come out green some white, and at 1 time the main center was the pressboard but it no longer is. I am sure I have something garbled and I looked through the threads. a point in the right direction would be swell THX all ACV Hull.dwg
  4. CaptAwesome

    3d Modelling

    Hello and Thank you in advance. I am somewhat new to Autocad 2013 and trying to fumble my way around. I have scoured the net and cant seem to find a clear answer to my questions... Autocad 2013 I need to create an object that is: 733 mm across the top 485 mm across the bottom 526 mm tall the 2 angled sides should have a 80 deg bevel (or chamfer ) to them while the bottom and top both have 75 deg bevel. So more or less its a trapezoid that the top and bottom is beveled to 80 deg while the left and right sides are beveled to 75 deg. Think of the shape of a flower pot if you will. The part will be cut from 5/8" thick wood. This is for a boat that I am attempting to build. Thank you for any help received. I DO NOT want this done for me... though a helping shove would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Hi everyone, last time I used AutoCad was back in 2009, and I am having trouble remembering/ finding a few things in my 2011 version; I could use your help please. First I am still editing my 3D objects in the 2d workspace, how do I switch to the 3D workspace (with the white background)? Also, I made 3D rectangles with lines and converted them to blocks so I could name them specific things and I am having trouble chamfering or filleting the edges? Am I missing a step or something? Thank you!
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  7. Good Day Which software application can I use to create a rendering of an elevation from just 2 dimensional dwg plans and elevations? I was interning in an office where the developer hired a render to develop illustrations of our design. The render said he only required our first floor and second floor plans, and the elevation we wanted rendered. The turn around time was very quick (24 hours). I was surprised as building a model takes me a long time. The cornice was very detailed, it would have taken much longer to build a model. I'd like to quickly create scenes of my studio work. (I don't have alot of time between work, school, and baby sitting my new brother and sister). Any information is appreciated. Thanks
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